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What I’ve Learned About Family Business Values

The art of negotiation is just one of the life lessons my Korean mother and African American father instilled in me

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FFamily isn’t always about blood. It’s the people in your life who want you in theirs, the ones who accept you for who you are, the ones who show up for…

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